Gardens of the World, Spring

Spring Maintenance To-Dos for a Vibrant Drought Tolerant Garden

Volunteers from the Do Good Bus, and communities from Seal Beach to La Cañada joined La Cañada Valley Beautiful and FormLA Landscaping for our spring maintenance workshop in May of 2015. Here are hands-on highlights to double as your spring DIY maintenance guide.



Enjoy the Blooms

Each of the drought tolerant Gardens of the World is established at this point and California native salvia, Mediterranean Jerusalem Sage, Australian Kangaroo Paw and South African protea are a sight to see!


FormLA2015_LCVB05_CaliforniaYarrowJunk Some Juncus

Volunteers dug into stands of Juncus that have filled in the approach to the library parking lot and the California native garden.  This is not something that needs to be done every year.